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The Chit Chat Chit Chat Thread

donaldtoo

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As is most gf items! Dd has a time buying for her hubby!
Our oldest DD is no longer gf, but, she is still vegan. She appears to have dialed in what works best for her after a coupla’ years, or so...she feels better, has more energy, etc.!!! :happy:
She was raised on meat, taters, etc. She still loves taters, as long as there’s no animal fat involved in the cooking process!!! ;)
I still loooooves me some beef, poultry, fish, etc., but she has also introduced us to some really great vegan food!!! :hungry:
I can only think of 2 things, off the top of my head, that were not good...this coming from a guy that has been known to eat things that would make a billy goat puke, and enjoy it (movie reference, anybody...? ;))...
One was a gf/vegan chocolate cake that was not too bad, but, the texture was like chocolate flavored sawdust...? :cyclops:
The other was a vegan restaurant that had a “bbq brisket” sandwich... (she had never had it before, but, knows my love of bbq, so suggested I try it) it was like they had taken a brown sponge, sliced it into strips, and dumped a bunch of watered-down bbq sauce on it...it was horrific...!!!!!!! :eek::hilarious:
I tried to choke it all down, but, DD saw right through me...and, after she took a “priceless face” bite herself she gave me a merciful “pass” on finishing it...!!!!! :oops::hilarious:
 
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donaldtoo

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We were pretty poor and rice was a staple in our house. My mom would cook a pot every night for dinner, and then the next morning she'd heat it up and we'd eat it like cereal. So yes, close relative to rice pudding in taste, but more like cereal. Rice pudding is creamy and sticky.
I remember when we’d go milk the cows on my grandparents farms, and we’d bring the milk buckets back to the house. The cream would then be skimmed off the top and put into bowls mixed with cinnamon and sugar for an awesome treat...!!!!! :hungry::happy::)
 

Cesar R M

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I never heard of anyone waiting 6 hours for an interview. All the interviews I ever had was set up for a specific time. Sounds like it was more of a cattle call @Cesar R M . Like minnie said, maybe it is all for the best.
Definitively feels like "cattle call". All the short listed people were invited for the interview on the same days.
I suppose to maximize efficiency and save money. So they only need to fly the Viking interviewer once for 3 days and thats it.
 

MySmallWorldof4

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Definitively feels like "cattle call". All the short listed people were invited for the interview on the same days.
I suppose to maximize efficiency and save money. So they only need to fly the Viking interviewer once for 3 days and thats it.
Sure, but they should have given everyone a time, even if it was 15 minutes apart. So if he was running behind and you were told to be there for 1, maybe your wait would have been an hour and not six.
 

MinnieM123

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Sooo close to ketchup, but, on that tasty childhood memory :hungry:;), I’m out for now gang...!
The sweetest of dreamin’/mornin’ to one and all...!!!
Laterrrrrrrrrrr...!!!!!!!!!!! :joyfull::)

Oh, and tomorrow is Half-day Friday...!!!!!!!!!!! :joyfull::joyfull::joyfull:
Enjoy your half day off!!

I'm off all day today!!! I've been taking off a few days here and there, as my vacation bank was getting a bit too high. (There is a maximum amount they let us bank up at work, and if you exceed maximum, you start to lose any time over that.) I love taking off random days as I get caught up on "stuff" that I have no intention of dealing with on a regular weekend, when I'm doing other "stuff".

Why is it that we all have so much "stuff" to deal with all the time?! :p
 

figmentfan423

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Enjoy your half day off!!

I'm off all day today!!! I've been taking off a few days here and there, as my vacation bank was getting a bit too high. (There is a maximum amount they let us bank up at work, and if you exceed maximum, you start to lose any time over that.) I love taking off random days as I get caught up on "stuff" that I have no intention of dealing with on a regular weekend, when I'm doing other "stuff".

Why is it that we all have so much "stuff" to deal with all the time?! :p
Enjoy your day off!!!!!!!!!!! Do you have any big plans?
 
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